Bunachar Logainmneacha / Placenames Database

north-leitrim Cuardaigh na logainmneacha go léir ó gach paróiste i dTuaisceart Liatroma.
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Displaying 1–20 from total 87 placenames - 1 2 3 5


Lackagh - Leacach
Explanation/Meaning: Hill-side
Parish/Barony/County: Killargue / Dromahair / Leitrim



Lacoon - Lacún
Explanation/Meaning: A hollow (local)
Parish/Barony/County: Cloonclare / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Laghta - Na Leachta
Explanation/Meaning: the grave(-mound)s, monuments
Parish/Barony/County: Rossinver / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Laghty - Na Leachtaí
Explanation/Meaning: the grave(-mound)s, monuments
Parish/Barony/County: Cloonclare / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Laghty Barr - Barr na Leachtaí
Explanation/Meaning: the top of the grave(-mound)s, monuments
Parish/Barony/County: Cloonclare / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Lareen - An Láithrín
Explanation/Meaning: the small (house-)site+
Parish/Barony/County: Rossinver / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Larga - An Learga
Explanation/Meaning: the hillside
Parish/Barony/County: Inishmagrath / Dromahair / Leitrim



Larganavaddoge - Learga na bhFeadóg
Explanation/Meaning: the hillside of the plovers
Parish/Barony/County: Rossinver / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Largandoon - Learga an Dúin
Explanation/Meaning: the hillside of the fort
Parish/Barony/County: Killasnett / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Larganhugh - Leargain Aodha
Explanation/Meaning: the hillside of Aodh Aodh — personal name leargain — petrified form of the locative or dative case of the word learga
Parish/Barony/County: Rossinver / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Largantemple - Learg an Teampaill
Explanation/Meaning: Hillside of the church
Parish/Barony/County: Killasnett / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Largy - Baile na Learga
Explanation/Meaning: Town of the hillside
Parish/Barony/County: Killasnett / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Largydonnell - Learga Uí Dhónaill
Explanation/Meaning: the hillside of Ó Dónaill Ó Dónaill — surname
Parish/Barony/County: Rossinver / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Larkfield - Ceathrú Mhic Oireacht
Explanation/Meaning: the quarter(land) of Mac Oireacht / Mac Oireacht — surname (< Mac Oireachtaigh)
Parish/Barony/County: Cloonlogher / Dromahair / Leitrim



Larkfield Lough -
Explanation/Meaning:
Parish/Barony/County: Cloonlogher / Dromahair / Leitrim



Lattone - An Leatóin
Explanation/Meaning:
Parish/Barony/County: Rossinver / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Lattoon Lough - Loch an Leath Toin
Explanation/Meaning: Lake of lattoon
Parish/Barony/County: Cloonclare / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Launtaggart - Lán an tSagairt
Explanation/Meaning: the — of the priest - The meaning of the first element is unclear here; cf. lán, ‘a wide district’ in Dinneen’s Foclóir Gaedhilge agus Béarla, and lán, ‘curve, bend’, in Ó Dónaill’s Foclóir Gaeilge Béarla
Parish/Barony/County: Killasnett / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Lavagh - Leamhach
Explanation/Meaning:
Parish/Barony/County: Inishmagrath / Dromahair / Leitrim



Leamaskally - Léim Uí Scolaí
Explanation/Meaning: the leap of Scalaí — probably a personal name (cf. the surnames Mac Scalaí and Ó Scalaí)
Parish/Barony/County: Killargue / Dromahair / Leitrim


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